Arts & Entertainment Briefs

Mozart in Paris

Duo Recital featuring Ingrid Matthews and Byron Schenkman. Pre-concert lecture one hour prior to concert. Ingrid Matthews, violin. Byron Schenkman, harpsichord.

A special evening of chamber music featuring Mozart's sparkling 'Paris' sonatas for keyboard and violin performed by Seattle Baroque Orchestra's two founders.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Sonata in D Major, K.7 and Sonata in E minor, K.304; Jacques Duphly Harpsichord pieces in G minor; Michel Corrette Sonata in C Major for harpsichord and violin Les FĂȘtes de Flore; Marie-Emanuelle Bayon Sonata in A Major, op.1, no.6.

March 11, 8 p.m., Adults $29, Seniors $25, Youth $10, Group $10.

Brubeck Brothers Quartet

The Brubeck Brothers Quartet is one of the leading jazz groups in America, known for combining straight-ahead jazz, funk and the Brubeck tradition of playing in odd time signatures. Their distinctive sound is credited to Chris and Dan Brubeck's privilege of growing up, listening to, studying with, and eventually playing with some of the great jazz legends of our time, including their father, Dave Brubeck.

March 12, 8 p.m., Adults $27, Seniors $24, Youth $10, Group $24.

Belle Arte Concerts presents The PDX Chamber Players

In their inaugural performance together, the PDX Chamber Players (Mara Lise Gearman, viola, Dorothy Lewis, cello and Cary Lewis, piano) will perform an unusual work by Charles Knox, Semordnilap, No2, a palindromic piece which was specifically written for the Lewises. The world-renowned musicians will also perform works by Debussy, Brahms and Chopin.

March 13, 7:30 p.m., Adults $21, Seniors $21, Youth $10, Group $19.

The BambooOrchestra

Based in Tokyo, Japan, The Bamboo Orchestra explores the relationship between man and nature with more than 20 Asian wind, string and percussion instruments made exclusively of bamboo. Creating music that transcends all musical genres, The Bamboo Orchestra's sound ranges from soothing nature-inspired instrumentals to pop-infused beats.

March 18, 8 p.m., Adults $29, Seniors $26, Youth $10, Group $26.

Imagination Theatre

Be part of the live audience when two original radio plays are recorded at KPC for national broadcast. This season, join us for a series of adventures featuring Sherlock Holmes and Harry Nile. Imagination Theatre is complete with all the actors and sound-effects artists who make Jim French's weekly "Movies for Your Mind" so popular. Imagination Theatre is the only contemporary radio drama in America heard nationally every week and heard locally on KIXI AM 880.

March 21, 7:30 p.m. Adults $8, Seniors $8, Youth $8, Group $7.50.

All KPC tickets are subject to a $1.00 service fee. Senior prices apply to adults aged 62 and older and youth prices apply to anyone aged 25 and younger with valid ID. Group discounts are available to any group of 10 or more. Kirkland Performance Center is located at 350 Kirkland Avenue. Box office 893-9900. For more information, please visit[[In-content Ad]]